The Seneca Resorts and Casinos recently released an updated version of their virtual gaming platform, iPlaySeneca. The gaming app had been closed since last June as the Seneca Gaming Corporation worked on updating the software.
iPlaySeneca.com is a free-to-play gaming platform in which players can play casino games for credits that have no monetary value. The site is accessible via desktop and the application for Android and iOS devices can be downloaded for free from Google Play or the App Store.
More Details on the App
Both the site and the app feature many popular casino games including virtual slot machines, bingo, keno, video poker, and table games like blackjack and roulette. iPlaySeneca users receive 10,000 free credits when they register for an account.
There are plenty of other ways to earn free gaming credits. Players will receive free credits for daily sign-ins, and the “Fortune Wheel” can be spun every four hours for free credits as well. Additional free credits are offered to players who refer friends to the site.
The gaming platform also features hourly, daily, weekly, and monthly leaderboards to keep track of which players have earned the most credits. Users must be at least 21 years or older to register. Seneca’s Gaming President and CEO Kevin Nephew spoke about the app in a report about its relaunch:
“Our new iPlaySeneca site brings the experience and variety of our gaming floors right to our patrons, wherever they are, in a free, convenient and fun way. It has never been easier for people to enjoy the world-class gaming options we offer even when they can’t make it to one of our properties.”
Seneca Hoping to Drive Business to its Physical Locations
Of course, one of the main goals of this app is to drive traffic to Seneca Resorts and Casinos physical locations. The app offers directions to each of its locations: Seneca Niagra Resort & Casino, Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino, and Seneca Buffalo Creek.
The website will also serve to generate revenue for the Seneca Gaming Corporation. No purchase is necessary to play on the site and there are many ways to earn free credits, but players will also have the option of paying for additional in-game credits.
The Seneca Nation of Indians have been mired in a long legal battle with the state of New York over whether or not they owed the state revenue-sharing payments. The courts ruled in favor of New York on the matter. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has stated that the Seneca Nation owed the state over $400 million.